Andy Dunn and Don Popoff have passed the examination to become Certified Water Rights Examiners (CWRE) in the State of Washington. They are fully certified. CWRE’s can be hired by water right holders to perform work necessary to allow the holder of either a water right permit or a change authorization to advance to the [...]
Congratulations to RH2’s longtime client the NESSWD for winning Best Tasting Water in the Pacific Northwest
Congratulations go out to our long time client, NE Sammamish Sewer & Water District, for defending their title against 9 local competitors.
RH2 Wins Bronze at the ACEC Award Banquet on January 18 at the Westin in Bellevue.
Surface water discharge from a wetland in the Issaquah Highland Annexation Area was measured during the 2011 water year to evaluate the hydrology of the wetland prior to proposed development in its watershed. This background hydrologic information will help the City analyze the potential impacts of proposed development within the wetland’s drainage basin. It will [...]
The Roseberg Interceptor Rehabilitation project, which is currently being constructed, will remove root intrusions and reduce I/I in this aging, high-flow 21-inch interceptor at a reasonable cost with minimal disruption to the environment and ratepayers. The project is located on a steep slope in a difficult to access area south of Seattle. To secure a [...]
The City of Bellevue Reservoir Siting Study is a meticulous evaluation of alternatives to resolve a projected water storage deficiency. The City of Bellevue’s West Operating Area includes the nucleus of the City’s business and retail center, which has a future build-out demand projection in excess of 20 million gallons of water per day. At [...]
RH2 design control systems with state-of-the-art technology to protect the client’s water system against catastrophic seismic event. RH2 has extensive experience with the all of the equipment, vendors and, integrators necessary for water system seismic control projects. In the last decade, we have incorporated dozens of different seismic control systems into our reservoir and control [...]
Meticulous Detective Work Can Save Millions of Dollars Kitsap County was prepared to spend $6 million to reduce the amount of infiltration and inflow received at its Suquamish wastewater treatment plant. Improvements had been identified on a preliminary basis; however, the County wished to further refine their selected improvements. RH2’s studied the system using in-stream [...]
Seattle is investigating ways to reintroduce salmonids into Arboretum Creek, which flows through Washington Park in Seattle. Since the Arboretum Creek flow can be very low, RH2 searched for an aquifer in the vicinity of the creek headwaters that could provide a source to enhance streamflow by approximately 3 cubic feet per second. After researching [...]